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The Best Hotels In Bristol (England) For Business Travelers, 2020

Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel

There are many places to see in the United Kingdom, and Bristol is one of them. The city has been consistently named one of the best cities in the world to visit. Home to a distinct culture, artistic historic buildings, exciting nightlife, and modern-day infrastructure, Bristol has all the qualities of a world-class tourist city. But, before you take a dive into the city life, you should decide which place you will stay.

A good hotel usually has a reasonable location, a professional staff, a variety of in-house services, pleasant rooms, and hygienic and delicious dining facilities. In Bristol, there are many hotels which satisfy these criteria. From Edwardian-era architecture of Berwick Lodge to the picturesque view of the Number 38 Clifton, upscale facilities are available at your service. In case you are confused, take a look at some of the hotels enumerated below.

  1. Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel
    Address: College Green, Bristol BS1 5TA, United Kingdom
    A fancy hotel that oozes a ‘wow’ out of you is Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel. One of the brightest features of this hotel is its Roman Bath-style spa facility that will make you stay there forever. The spa provides you with an array of therapeutic treatments including facials and massages. There is a branch of a popular chain called Miller & Carter Steakhouse serving, expectedly, scrumptious steaks but also has many other items in its menu worth trying out. If you are vegetarian, arrangements have been made to ensure you get served as brilliantly as the non-vegetarians. Rooms are, of course, exemplary and are equipped with gorgeous bathrooms. There is also a fitness centre and a swimming pool for your amusement.
  2. Brooks Guesthouse
    Address: St Nicholas St, Bristol BS1 1UB, United Kingdom
    Brooks Guesthouse is a sophisticated accommodation facility that is urban and elegant. While rooms are compact, they are supplied with all important amenities such as comfy beds, showers in bathrooms, coffee making trays and a television. Unfortunately, there is no onsite restaurant in the hotel, however, you are well-located in a street which is known for its abundance of food options, particularly cultural food. Breakfast is provided here in this property and is not to be missed; it is made up of fresh local ingredients.
  3. Number 38 Clifton
    Address: 38 Upper Belgrave Rd, Bristol BS8 2XN, United Kingdom
    There is not much to explore in terms of in-house facilities, but the rooms try to compensate for the lack of options. The agenda is to keep you at ease, and the rooms have been so designed and equipped to ensure the same. All the rooms are exceptionally large, have expanded beds, plush upholstery and sleek bathrooms. The outside views are quite memorable and will give you the much-needed sense of homeliness. All the toiletries in the bathrooms are of high quality and brand. Also, there is no dining facility here but the location of the hotel connects you to many amazing eateries of the city.
  4. The Bristol
    Address: Prince St, Bristol BS1 4QF, United Kingdom
    The Bristol has a perfect location close to the Arnolfini Art Gallery and other attractions and is for those who just cannot get enough of the city life. Inside, there are many things at your service for an even better stay. There is a well-equipped gym, quick laundry service, high-speed internet connectivity, and a concierge service. All the rooms have been painted in warm shades, showcase wooden furnishings and expensive upholstery. A restaurant by the name River Grille operates from the premises and serves delicious steaks and pork belly you must not miss. The Shore Café Bar is where you get lighter meals to dig in when you are not too hungry.
  5. Avon Gorge by Hotel du Vin.
    Address: Sion Hill, Bristol BS8 4LD, United Kingdom
    Dating back to the late 19th century, Avon Gorge is a renovated Victorian-era property, with a grand canopy entrance, cream-white colour scheme, and a contemporary vibe. The hotel does not have many onsite facilities such as a spa but whatever facilities are available you will get the best of them. Choose your room from among 78 options which include suites. These rooms have gorgeous interiors, featuring dark shades of green or blue, magnificent outside views, aromatic toiletries, coffee makers, a basket of treats, and tiled bathrooms. Goram & Vincent has a fine selection of food on its menu; its starters’ menu is quite popular.

    Hotel du Vin Bristol Avon Gorge

  6. YHA Bristol
    Address: 14 Narrow Quay, Avon, Bristol BS1 4QA, United Kingdom
    If you want a budget option without having to compromise with comfort, then YHA Bristol is a perfect fit. YHA Bristol tries to offer you a wholesome experience in every way possible. Its location is right in the heart of the city, meaning you are well-located in terms of attractions and activities. Interiors have been renovated as it was once a grain warehouse and incorporate urban but casual elements throughout. Rooms are good enough for a pleasant stay and include steel bunk beds, comfortable beddings, and outside views. There are communal showers which have been well-maintained. While there is an onsite dining facility, make sure you check out the options in the neighbourhood.
  7. Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel
    Address: Broad St, Bristol BS1 2EL, United Kingdom
    Mercure Bristol Grand Hotel is an old property but has been refurbished to accommodate modern-day necessities of hospitality. So, while you enjoy the old glamour, you will get to exploit everything you can term vital for a top-notch stay. Depending on your budget and needs, choose a room among 186 options. Each of these rooms, however, share certain aspects such as high ceilings, colourful furniture, local artworks, and compact tiled bathrooms.  There is an informal dining facility called Keepers Kitchen & Bar with a friendly atmosphere and a good selection of British cuisine. Also, the wine list here is top-class.
  8. The Kyle Blue
    Address: Wapping Wharf, Museum St, Bristol BS1 6GW, United Kingdom
    In the world of imagination, The Kyle Blue is a good example of how you transform a boat into a splendid accommodation facility. Over here, there are 30 beds in cabins of varying sizes. Most of them are compact and can be a bit difficult to adjust with, but the place will eventually grow on you. There is a kitchen equipped with all major appliances and furnishings in case you are hungry. You get complimentary hot chocolate and coffee and tea. Internet connectivity is available in the facility. Choose this place to stay if you are a backpacker.
  9. Redhill House.
    Address: Lye Hole Ln, Redhill, Bristol BS40 5TD, United Kingdom
    Redhill House is an airport hotel that does not squeeze too much out of your purse and offers the right amount of comfort on your budget. All the rooms are reasonably spaced, feature large bathrooms with showers and artwork, and provide you with comforting outside views. There is a decent dining facility in the hotel whose menu serves local favourites in both food and drinks. There is not much to expect from a small airport hotel like this, but there is complimentary internet connectivity and a swimming pool if this suffices.
  10. 9 Prince’s Buildings
    Address: Princes’ Ln, Bristol BS8 4LB, United Kingdom
    A snug Bed & Breakfast located away from the hubbub of the city, 9 Prince’s Buildings is Georgian in character and modern in services, The rooms come in various sizes and with myriad services, but each has a homely appeal and is appointed with sleek bathrooms with showers, outside views, cosy beddings, and body-loving furnishings. The breakfast is simple so is the dining facility, but the quality is great so you will not be disappointed. Internet connectivity is complimentary.

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Ayushi Kushwaha
Ayushi Kushwaha, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. She’s spent more than a decade working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She writes news stories and executive profiles for the magazine’s print and online editions. Obsessed with unlocking high-impact choices to accelerate meaningful progress, she helps individuals and organizations stand out and get noticed. She can be reached on email